PH.D. 1971 U. of South Carolina, Clinical Psychology
B.S. 1965 U. of Wisconsin, Psychology
1978 to Present Emphasis on Forensic Psychology with more
than 1,000 appearances at the request of the
Bench, Attorney General, Defense Attorneys,
and District Attorneys, before the Adminis-
trative, Probate, District, Superior and
Federal Courts of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts,
New York, Florida, Wyoming and Montana.
1982 – Present Executive Staff Development Consultation.
Specialized Clinical Consultation. Fitness for Duty.
1985 – Present Special Operations Advisor, Kennebec County
1978 – Present Evaluation provision to Adult Protective
Services, Maine Department of Human Services.
1978 – 1982 Consultant to Project Response. Abused and
neglected adolescents, Waterville, Me.
1978 – 1980 Clinical Director, Mental Retardation Services,
1978 – 1980 Consultant, Geronpsychology Program, Kennebec
Valley Mental Health Center, Waterville, Me.
1974 – 1978 Executive Director, Community Justice Project.
Designed and directed this program with 28
employees and four offices. Augusta, Maine.
1971 – 1974 Director of Evaluation and Outpatient Drug
Treatment, Survival, Inc., Quincy, Mass.
1969 – 1974 Psychological Consultant, South Shore Police
Academy and Quincy Police Department, Quincy,
1969 – 1974 Lecturer in Psychology, Emerson College,
Maine Society of Forensic Psychologists. Founding Fellow. President: 1985 – 1990
American Psychological Association
Division 41 Psychology and the Law (APA)
Maine License 298